China customs seize 4,500 items for copyright infringement

08:38, April 22, 2011      

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China's General Administration of Customs said on Thursday that it seized more than 4,500 items in a campaign to clamp down on copyright infringements and counterfeiting over the six-month period that ended in March.

The items involved were worth 110 million yuan (16.9 million U.S. dollars), it said. The campaign started in October of last year.

Source: Xinhua
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